Sometimes all we need is a “little” education. Mahalo to these two awesome wahine for helping to educate visitors to our Native Hawaiian Plant Coastal Restoration area. You might be little, but your impact is huge! Mahalo!
Mahalo nui loa to everyone who came and supported us at our Community ‘Ohana Work Day to help care for our Native Hawaiian Plant Coastal Restoration Project area. Over 100 pounds of invasive weeds were removed! We are truly blessed to have volunteers as awesome as all of you.
COMMUNITY FAMILY WORK DAY! Come Kōkua! Join us on Saturday, August 19th from 9am-noon as we take some time to care for our Native Hawaiian Plant Coastal Restoration area. We will be removing invasive weeds, repairing our bamboo fence, and re-painting our signs that explain how the project helps to reduce erosion to save the […]
Environmental stewardship in action!! Mahalo nui loa to everyone who came out on this beautiful day to help us put hundreds of native Hawaiian plants in the ground. These plants will help reduce erosion which will increase the health of the coral reef below. A special mahalo goes out to Pae ʻĀina Landscaping, LLC, Waimea […]
KUPU Summer Interns For the second summer in a row, Mālama Pūpūkea-Waimea hosted a team of KUPU – Hawai’i Youth Conservation Corp interns. These fantastic young adults helped us with outreach and education, Makai Watch, biological monitoring, our native Hawaiian plant coastal restoration project, beach cleanups, and more. We couldn’t be prouder to have worked […]